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STS113-344-004 - STS-113 - P1 truss backdropped against Earth's limb with SA visible during STS-113

STS113-344-004 - STS-113 - P1 truss backdropped against Earth's limb with SA visible during STS-113

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The original finding aid described this as:

Description: The forward face of the Port One (P1) truss, with bays 08, 10, 12, 14, and 16 visible, is backdropped against the illuminated edge of the Earth's limb with a portion of a photovoltaic (PV) Solar Array Wing (SAW) also in view. Visible on the truss is the Crew Equipment Translation Aid (CETA) cart (bay 08) and a shrouded Thermal Radiator Rotary Joint (TRRJ) (bay 12). The P1 truss was installed on the International Space Station (ISS) during mission STS-113.

Subject Terms: Bays (Structural Units), Carts, Earth Limb, Illuminating, P1, Photovoltaic Cells, Solar Arrays, STS-113, Translating, Trusses, Wings

Date Taken: 11/27/2002

Categories: Station Configuration

Interior_Exterior: Exterior

Ground_Orbit: On-orbit

Original: Film - 35MM CN

Preservation File Format: TIFF
STS-113

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Date

2002
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